Month: October 2017

  • October 29 Studies and Preliminary Sketches

    For the past six weeks I’ve been using spending Sunday morning keeping up-to-date on digital media trends and writing blog posts. This week I decided to take a break and spend some time with my first true passion, drawing. So today I’m series of studies and sketches of my children, Elijah and Charlie, as well […]

  • It’s not the process, it’s the outcome that worries me

    I’ve been writing at least one weekly blog post since September 9th and the thing that I’ve found most difficult isn’t coming up with a concept, point of view or ideal to articulate. The thing that I struggle with most is getting over my own fears. While creativity is one of my strongest attributes, writing isn’t. […]

  • Edinboro Homecoming Reflections

    Each year in early October I tease my wife, Angela, about visiting our alma mater, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, for its homecoming celebration. I’m not  serious about attending the festivities, I’m too old and too much of a homebody to deal with a long drive and a weekend with drunk college kids. The annual event does […]

  • Distribution as King

    On a recent episode of Peter Kafka’s Recode Media podcast, Peter interviewed the CEO of Simulmedia, Dave Morgan. The primary topic was the future of TV advertising, but what stood out to me was a comment he made on the subject of distribution. Dave mentioned that, looking at the history of media (specifically newspapers in his […]